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I stayed for 2 nights so I could go into Bozeman Hot Springs for the day. Nice park; a little noisy due to proximity to I-90. Very well kept, owners are super nice. Just a few miles from downtown Bozeman, which is a very nice town.

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Beautiful little park that is very close to everything you want to see in this part of the country. The owners are very friendly and helpful. They will guide you to your site if necessary, and then help you to get level and are quick to pull out the boards and pads so your jacks won't sink into the soil. I stayed here for almost a week and can find nothing negative to say about it. The rain, though... oh the rain! Not the campground's fault, certainly. They were right there to help though, when another motor home got stuck and immediately filled the soft spots with gravel.

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It would have been better if the other guests had made any attempt to control their children. They thought it was amusing to run through my site and get my dog all wound up, even though I asked them not to. It wasn't very nice to have a branch slap me in the face when I opened my door either. Other than that, everything worked fine, my site was level, and it was okay for one night.

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The sites are nice and wide and long with huge trees and plenty of shade. Dual sewer hookups. It's probably muddy when it rains, but there is a good gravel bed at the sites and on the roads. Nice fenced dog run. Loved the owners.

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Just passing through, needed a place to stay for one rainy night. Sewer hookups in only 1/2 the park, but they do send around a "honey wagon" for those needing it, so you don't have to go to the dump station. An old park behind Trailside RV sales and service, kind of rough around the edges. Narrow, muddy sites. Friendly and helpful staff. Right on I-70, which is very loud.

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This is a great park. I have stayed here several times. Generally very quiet, in the middle of a wildlife refuge/conservation area. Once the trees get a little bigger it will be perfect. There is a racetrack a mile down the road. Sometimes on the weekend it can get loud, but the noise stops by 9 p.m. and I really wasn't bothered much by it. They have a fenced dog run, which is kept very clean.

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I only stayed one night, passing through, so I didn't really get a good look at the campground or notice what amenities there were. I did notice my site was clean and level and was a pull-through with plenty of shade. As I walked my dog I saw lots of flowering plants, birds, squirrels, and rabbits. Nicely maintained and clean everywhere I went. The transient sites are not extra wide, but are enough for the slide outs, a big tree, and a picnic table.

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I love this park and stay here whenever I have to pass through the Florida Panhandle. It's pretty and spacious and quiet and shady. The sites are packed gravel in sugar sand and quite level. There is a big playground and plenty of wide open spaces for kids. There's also a boat launch and high, firm, grassy banks on the Yellow River for fishing or just looking. They do not have a pool, but I wouldn't use one anyway, so it doesn't matter to me. The first time I came here (in 20012) I ended up staying for a week because it felt so good here.

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Very nice park. Pet friendly. Super quiet - except for the peacocks somewhere near by. Plenty of trees. Most of the spaces are either pull-in or back-in, only a few pull-throughs. Very secure campground. The water is not great, but it's safe. Use bottled water for drinking and cooking. The camp hosts (owners?) are very friendly and helpful.

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This is a very nice park for stays of 2 weeks or more. Plenty of well-kept amenities and an active social club that welcomes visiting participants. Many of the seasonal residents are French Canadian, but just as many aren't. Participants in the games and activities are both Canadian and not. If one doesn't speak French a smile and a "bonjour", even badly pronounced, goes a long way. It is a 55+ park, but children occasionally visit. There are no dedicated facilities for children. There are several dog walk areas, but no dedicated dog run. The park is less than 10 miles from almost every activity or interest offered in this part of Florida, and is the most reasonably priced park in the area. It is older, but well maintained, attractive, and clean. The price I pay reflects a monthly rate.

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I would say the same things everyone else said. Pretty camground, large sites, lots of shade, great owners. I just wish I'd been here when it wasn't pouring rain and blowing wind! WiFi isn't great, but it's there, at least. I think I've tried all the campgrounds along this Florida to New Jersey route now. This is one of the few that I will gladly return to on each trip.

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Roads are steep and tight, but doable with care. They have a nice little fenced dog run that my little girlie really appreciated. Wifi is free and fast - NOT Tengo. Gorgeous, heavily treed sites on a hillside, so everyone is on a different level and no one is in anyone else's way. Staff is friendly and everything is clean and neat. Nice campground.

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Wifi is Tengo, which is pretty useless. RV park is next to a flea market, which might be fun on a weekend. Large, level grassy sites. Very large number of long term workers here that leave for work between 5 and 7 A.M. It seems as though they all drive diesel duallys - at least, that's how it sounded to me. They have to drive by the short term sites to get out of the park, so I didn't miss any of them. It might not have been so noisy if I'd had the a/c or heat on. Clean, nice staff, great for an overnighter.

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This park is great for a night or two. Fairly level, grassy sites. Large number of long term residents. That side of the park is where all the shade is. There is a beautiful tent camping area in the back. All of the 1-2 nighter pull through sites are right behind the office and mostly unshaded. Close to I-95, but not noisy at all. Very nice staff. Nice grassy area for dog walking, but you've got to watch your step because not much is picked up! Rate reflects Passport America discount for 2 nights.

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Very spacious park. Wide, long sites. Laundry room and showers are in 1 small building which really stinks of mildew. Charged $3 extra for 50 amp. No cable, marginal WiFi. Manager has the personality of a log. Cable and access to recreation are offered on the website. Neither are anywhere near this park. Fine for overnight, but I won't bother with this park again.